Bienvenue En France! Harper's Bazaar Finally Arrives In The Fashion Capital

With well over a century under its belt, Harper's Bazaar is finally making its foray into the French market. While the monthly fashion magazine — known for filling its pages with gorgeous photography — is currently circulating in 44 countries, the publication has announced today that next up is a French edition. As one of the grandest, most respected fashion capitals of the world, we say it's about time!
As stated in its official press release, the respected publication has named Alexandra Senes as the mag's new editor-in-chief — a true industry pro who's not only been on the editorial side of things, working with Journal du Dimanche, L’Officiel, and Architectural Digest, but also has experience in launching her own clothing line called Kilometre, and teaching at Chambre Syndicale de la Couture Parisienne. Some people can just do it all.
While parent company Hearst has not yet announced when the first issue of Harper's Bazaar France will appear on newsstands, we'll enjoy making predictions now for which utterly chic style star might appear on the inaugural cover. Léa Seydoux, Constance Jablonski, Carla Bruni? The possibilities are quite endless.
harpers-bazaar
Photo: Courtesy of Harper's Bazaar

More from Fashion

While most people count down the days until holidays, vacations, or birthdays, my calendar fills with red X’s until it’s finally fall. From leaves changing...
Nothing gets us rethinking our entire aesthetic like changing seasons. As soon as the fall equinox rolls around, it's back to the drawing board to narrow ...
This post was originally published on April 22, 2016. Like mom jeans, it's a little funny when a stereotype sparks a fashion obsession. And while it took ...
Meet Lulu Bonfils: artist, model, Instagram champ, and all around cool girl stomping on pre-determined model rules in sick combat boots
Who needs words these days with so many emoji keyboards to choose from — and to do the talking for us? On the heels of Kimoji, ChyMoji, and all the other -...
From heading straight to the men’s section to memorizing the company’s delivery schedule, every dedicated shopper seems to have their own tips and tricks ...
This post was originally published on July 28th, 2016. The business-casual dress code is one of the most difficult to define, and that might have ...
(Paid Content) Though the temps are still doing that awkward dance between summer and fall, we're already dreaming of sweater weather and itching to scoop ...
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton recently stopped by Zach Galifianakis' Between Two Ferns and made a poignant observation about the ...
This story was originally published on September 7, 2016. Each time fashion season arrives, there's somehow more up in the air than seasons past. It ...
Let's say you're Beyoncé. Let's say your daughter is Blue Ivy. Let's say you have to, for whatever reason, attend a football game. Let's say you have a ...
This post was originally published in March 2016. You've done the research, talked to some friends about it, and decided it's time to quit fast fashion ...
The Business of Fashion released a report Monday on changes to the fashion calendar, and there's a common thread throughout them: More and more brands are ...
Sometimes, one glance at your Google calendar for the next day can leave your head spinning — how on earth will you get it all done? Maybe you've got a ...